G.Skill DDR3 Gold 6GB Triple Channel kit review Guru3D

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  1. Guru3D News

    Guru3D News Ancient Guru

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    We take a 2x3 6GB DDR3 memory kit rated at 1600 MHz from the good people at G.Skill. G.Skill is known not to be fighting with the uber-low latency timings based memory making their product really...

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    proFits Ancient Guru

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    That's some pretty sweet words comming from the double H
     
  3. Cybermancer

    Cybermancer Don Quixote

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    Looks like the special Christmas "Santa edition": :D

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  4. Finny

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    Ugh I want a new rig so bad... seeing all this new hardware gives me a terrible itch...
     

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    The pricing is much more sensible, I suppose its not long until DDR3 will be in computers from OEM's as standard. (prices, down..)
     
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    Excellent review. I am really looking to move to an I7 platform I see that memory doesnt mean much when it comes to gaming.

    1600MHZ should be enough for me.
     
  7. SirDremor

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    I've just bought this 6GB kit for just 100$ at eBay and am happy as a puppy :nerd:

    I am slowly moving towards Core i7 platform, so starting with memory upgrade is not a bad thing after all. Right now I have plugged 2 of these (2x2GB sticks) in my Asus S2E, had a weekend of headache (thanks goes to S2E :bang:), but in the end, everything looks to work fine :banana:
    At least, compared to my previous OCZ with 7-7-7-20 timings, I haven't lost even a bit of performance (CPU=bottleneck, but I don't want to mess with it right now, I don't have such a big ammount of spare time =)
     

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